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By (Eds.) C. Bachas, J. Maldacena, K. S. Narain, S. Randjbar-Daemi

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Rather than support this blatantly cynical statement, he (1981:325, n. 6) notes, 'Whether the sections supporting the Babylonian exiles are to be derived from a Babylonian or a Palestinian source and whether during or after the exile are issues undetermined by the data available in the tradition'. In support of the authenticity of Jer. 4-7: 1. Skinner (1922:324) understands the phrases 'they shall be to me a people, and I will be a God to them' (Jer. 7) and 'from the land which I gave to them and their fathers' (v.

Verses 7-9 and 10-14, then, are independent of one another. If w. 10-14 are not in their organic setting, how did they come to be placed after vv. 2-9? Ostensibly, the ordering was motivated by associative considerations—the common theme of redemption from exile and similar vocabulary: cp. v. 10, nDN ... 0*1:1... irDS? 'hear... nations... and say' with v. 7, n ON ... is^atppi o^n 'nations, hear... say'; v. 10, prneo 'from a distance' with v. 2, pirno 'from a distance'; v. 11, apr nN 'Jacob' with v.

13, 'a virgin shall rejoice in a dance' with v. 4, 'the virgin of Israel in the dance of the joyous ones'; v. 13, 'I will make them joyous' with v. 44 Additionally, vv. 13 and 16 depict the turning of sorrow into happiness. Evidently, w. 7-9 and 10-14 had already been placed next to each other before the anonymous prophet of Isaiah 35 made use of them for his own composition. This deduction appears to be far more reasonable than the possibility that vv. 10-14 were attached to w. 7-9 on the basis of the single prophecy in Isaiah 35.

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